November 9, 2021 in person
Blood: Thirsting for a new understanding
Blood is essential for all of us but what do we know about this amazing substance? Join us to discuss what researchers have uncovered about blood composition, flow, and functions. Discuss how transfusion and other treatments have evolved. Discover the role of blood and blood donation both in preventing and introducing disease and the medical impacts of an advanced understanding of blood.
Panelists will include:
Bryan Spencer Ph.D. MPH Research Scientist, Red Cross
Doug Vincent Founder & President, Ventriflo
Karalyn Malaby, MT(ASCP)CM, Technical Supervisor-Hematology, Elliot Hospital
Alice Cashin MT(ASCP)CM, Blood Bank Supervisor Quality Coordinator Elliot Hospital
Science on Tap events are informal discussions with local scientists and experts on a particular topic. Science on Tap is a monthly adult education program offered by the SEE Science Center, sponsored by Cambridge Trust.
This Season we will be using SEE’s new secure online portal to take reservations to attend Science on Tap discussions. We ask that if you are unable to attend after making your reservation to please call us at 603-669-0400 to cancel.
November 9, 2021
Doors open at 5:00 pm Discussion begins at 6:00pm